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Tampa Bay Saltwater
Home of the largest Live Rock Farm in the world! They also offer a full line of fish and invertebrates from the Gulf of Mexico, live sand, and the finest quality Live Rock available in the industry.
Saltwater Aquarium Guides
You'll find an assortment of informative articles here by Stan & Debbie Hauter, who are About.com's expert guides to saltwater aquariums.
Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine
Online version of the world's most popular aquarium magazine.
Just Aquaria Web Site
Find information on almost all aspects of keeping fish. Hundreds of images.
Simplified Reef Keeping
The first easy to understand guide to reef aquariums.
Molly's Marine Web Site!
An interesting collection of fishy pages!
United States Fish & Wildlife Service
Working to conserve and protect fish, wildlife, and plants - and their habitats.
Native Fish Conservancy
A nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and preservation of native fishes.
US National Museum of Natural History's Fish Collection
The National Collection of fishes is the largest in the world, containing an estimated 7 to 8 million specimens. Site has an online search.
National Oceanographic Data Center
One of the national environmental data centers operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Provides a complete record of Earth's changing environment.
Database of Fish Biodiversity
The Inter-Institutional Database of Fish Biodiversity in the Neotropics (NEODAT) is an international cooperative effort to make available systematic and geographic data on neotropical freshwater fish specimens deposited in natural history collections in the New World and Europe.
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